Many students start their search by making a so-called chain search. Use the bibliography in a book or article to find the next interesting text. One reference leads to another, like a chain.
You can also do a keyword search. This means a more systematic approach where you try different words and combinations in relevant databases and search tools.
One option is to search directly in a scholarly electronic journal. Search for the e-journal in the library search tool SöderScholar and click to access the journal website. Browse through old issues or do a keyword search in the search box for the journal.
A citation search is another method. If you search for a scholarly article in Google Scholar, for example, you can click on "Cited by" to get a list of other texts that refer to the article.